Meteoric Leap, Empowering More People Across Asia Pacific, WorldIloilo City, Philippines, 09April 2012, (1430Z)--Long before I was entrusted this humbling experience of being an author here on Westernpacificweather.com, I have been amazed with the way Meteorologist Robert Speta was doing his Tropical Updates focusing more on Western Pacific Region for the last two (2) years. There ain't no other "American" guy you can find online that does these humbling stuffs and giving more emphasis on Asia's weather but him. His profound dedication and sheer honesty to his craft, and worth mentioning beyond his being accessibly friendly nature and blessed with the knowledge and proper training, there could be no doubt, he will do great wonders and an asset to NHK World's sentinel of equally sensible and great team of forecasters we ought to see on television, heard on the radio and online. Little did I know that Mr. Speta is a Broadcast and Operational Meteorologist rolled into one. I could still remember his helpful video feeds from his website especially during times of great need like an approaching Typhoon about to affect my country, the Philippines back in 2011. Additionally, he had seven (7) years of service with the United States Navy (USNavy), and now, he is engaged in anchoring the weather segment broadcast in Japan's top-rating Newsline at NHK World Headquaters in Tokyo, effective today, 09 April 2012, Monday. On 29 March 2012, I got an invite from Mr. Speta to join him in his vision of providing adequate information relative to what he loved of doing as a goal-oriented guy from Buffalo, New York in the USA. Mr. Speta, where most of his friends call him, "Rob," was no less like a young gun who wanted to make the world a safer, better place for the rest of us. Mr. Speta, based on his career portfolio, is a seasoned, American Meteorological Society (AMS) Certified Meteorologist, who loved to carry on his mission by educating more and more people about the working relationship between climatic variables and effective understanding of what weather will be in the coming days, or what could be the areas affected by a singularly important aspect of life most of us do not fully comprehend but does form part an integral thread of our way of living. It was beyond one's dreams that brought a throng of people line into a particular calling. Challenges Ahead Time could only be a constant determinant of what's to come for I was about to embark into a new dimension, a beginning of what I do best--writing articles that could provide credible, comprehensive information on what's been happening around us, giving more weight on the study of Climatic dynamism and tropical cyclogenesis which affects the Western Pacific since time immemorial. I am no professional in the study of meteorology, but with Meteorologist Speta at the helm of this vessel, I know we will go farther and reach ever closer to more people that deserve nothing less but dependable and adequate ideas and workable truths in today's relatively unstable and elaborately extreme weather. A good friend, a brother in the Philippines, shared his wisdom, in the person of Michael Williams, Sr. said to me on this day,"I take anything I associate myself with very seriously. It only takes ONE good screw up to ruin a reputation, thus in many times, it cannot be recovered." In the light of these development, I also would like to thank Mr. Speta for the trust and continued support on my works here on Westernpacificweather.com, and considering that this could be this generation's best, by far, in the last eleven (11) days that I have been engaged in this job, we are largely being viewed back home in the Philippines and abroad, especially in Malaysia via team mate and admin for this site, a fellow author and contributor in the person of whiz kid Francis Chuah and my fellow "Kababayan," Ian Patrick Malejana, now based in Long Island, New York, USA. These are smart people, make no mistake, they will deliver the goods the way it should be--piping hot, in-depth analysis and no nonsense. Here are some of today's cut on tube in case you missed today's broadcast. Enjoy as we did this afternoon at around 1720PM-JST, 0920Z (0520PM-PHL) during his first broadcast LIVE on air at posh NHK World Studios in NHK HQ in Tokyo, Japan: In today's weather forecast, discussed the likelihood of yet another wet and windy weather by late Tuesday, 10 April 2012 across Western edge of Southern Japan, explains further the areas to be hit by another "Spring Storm," this week, and advised locales to bring weather implements as a sort of protection against the elements, pointing out the possible rains across Southern China, that could spill into Yellow Sea as a developing Trough of Low could yet again surge into Sea of Japan, though not as intense as last week that hit Japan. Moving on to the other side of the Pacific Basin, he laments of the incoming moisture coming from a huge Trough of Low along the Northwestern regions of the United States, and a brewing severe storm off the Southern regions, where a potential for damaging winds, severe thunderstorm activity and golf, tennis-ball sized hail pound the Mid-states of Oklahoma, possibly "Tornadic" activity in neighboring states as well into the next coming days and a potential for damaging winds, severe thunderstorm activity which is not a good situation out there. In Europe, across the Baltic Region, an area of Low is fast approaching the British Isles. Spain, however was hit by record drought conditions. Rains across Barcelona, Spain could provide a respite from the excessive heat as a surging area of Low that could cause Polar air into the Baltic Seas, further plunging temperatures across Europe and wet and windy conditions in the coming days. Portions of the Netherlands to the South, and Norway to the North could be expecting some wet and windy weather associated with the system. Italy could be getting some pounding rains and gusty wind conditions as an area of Low also lingers a bit off greater Italy and the Mediterranean countrysides. Some thundery showers are also in the forecast. To give you guys a gist of what's to come, I give you Robert Speta, a fulfilled meteorologist ready to take on the world's challenges!
Join us as we take the center stage using the most credible insights! This has been your Weatherguy hailing from the Philippines, Mabuhay! =)
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